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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 10, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1S90. NO. Srt. MISCELLANEOUS. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A oreaua of tarter baking powder. Highest of nil nirengili. U.S. Government-Report, Aug. IS, 1889. THIS SPACE ....FOR.... One Week "r Smoke the Celebrated ESTRELLA C I G A B Manufactured by E. H. GATO, Factory No. 38, KEY WEST. SEE THAT No. 38 Is Stamped on the Bottom of Every Box. 39 TO '26! The Senate Passes the Silver Measure. A WOMAS HELD FOR A MURDER, For Killing a Drunken Brute of a Husband. The Supreme Lodtre of K. Of P. Elect Officers. C'onirreNMloiial Slattern. By Associated Press 1 WASHINGTON, July fconate Ray> ment had decided not to proceed with i the standing order relating to the postponement of the consideration of a bill from one ncssion to another. It had also decided to drop the Irish land purchase bill and the tithes bill, hut to again introduce them at the next session, which would open in November. Smith said he trusted that, before the House proceeded further, it would pass the bill providing for the cession of Heligoland to Germany, the local taxation bill (providing for housing the working and the census bill. Sir William Vernon Harcourt said he hoped the Government would con- sult the House about holding a meet- ing of Parliament in November. Glad- stone expressed a similar wish. Smith stated that-the Government was satis- fied as to the convenience of tho ses- sion opening in November. Hoy Hilled. Special to the ST. HELENA July a 13-year-old lad visiting the resumed the consideration of the con- ference report on the silver bill and was addressed by Morgan in opposi- tion to the report. He expressed him- self that to-day was to be a crisis in tho question of currency in the United States, as much so in regard to the de- monetization of silver and the confin- ing of coin to a single gold standard, as was the act of 1873. He did not know but the effect of the vote to be taken it should result in the adop- tion of the conference be really more fatal to the prospect of sil- ver coinage in the future than the act of 1873. The legislation of 1873 had been, he said, an act of cold-bl xxled assassination of the silver dollar. It of worK- had been presided over by the same Senator whose "fine Italian hand" 'was to be seen in thd conference a bill which was a total departure from the action of both houses aud was es- sentially as new as if it had been a novel written by the Senator from Ohio within the last five Morgan went on to speak of legisla- tion on all important matters being now entirely controlled by conference committees and committees of arbi- tration, proceedings were secret, so that if such committee were bribed to the extent of a hundred million dol- lars, no Senator would be permitted to find it out. This statement was challenged and ca'ised some side talk between Mor- gan, Allison and Sherman. Morgan resumed his argument and said the conference bill had called the attention of the friends of free coinage, particularly the Senator from Colorado to the fact that the same "flue Italian hand" which framed the act of 1873, operated on tho conference bill to destroy utterly any hope of tho of silver, so long as it remained unrepealed. Ho predicted that when the others of the conference came to realize hat they had done they would feel like kicking thomseherf a ten-acre field. The bill would the country; it would make gold the only thing with which to pay debts or buy property. The craft of the Sen- ator from Ohio could not after twelve months' consideration have fixed up a bill that would more thoroughly de- stroy silver forever as money. Tho Senate lias adopted the confer- ence report on the silver 39, nays 20. farm of Mr. Campbell, near Oakviile, fell from the second story window of a barn and struch on a pointed stake projecting from the ground. The stake penetrated through his body, and death resulted almost instantly. He leaves a widowed mother. A ttrtallntory Meamire. Hy Associated Press. NKW YORK, July Clothing Manufacturers' Association of New York have given notice to their cutters that they will be locked out on Saturday. This step is taken in retal- iation for the boycott placed on one of their number, Alfred Beujamin Co. Over 2.000 persons will be thrown out ESBERQ, BACHMAN CO. Agents for the Paciflo Coast, San Kranolaioo. Cal JKItftloii 01 By Associated Press.] MILWAUKKK, July Supreme Lodge of the Knights of Pythias this morning chose George B. Shaw of Wisconsin, Supreme Chancellor, aud W. W. Blackwell of Kentucky, Su- preme Vice-Chancellor. Bar silver, 106. NmokeleHH Powder. So far perfection has not been reached with any of the smokeless powders. iThoy do not keep well and have a tendency to absorb moisture, tno result being a change in the rate of burning and consequent pressure in the gun. In the course of experiment- ing, however, marvelous results are being obtained. In France a powder for small arms has been discovered which behaves in exactly the reverse manner from ordinary rifle powder, the pressure being greater at the muz nlo of the rifle than at the and velocities of over feat pur second have been obtained with the bullets. Thn fw of a Kotler anrt Knsrlne. The Mining and Scientific Press says: The life of a steam plant has lately come up for discussion. For de- preciation of machinery 10 per cent, is usually allowed by but it is a question if the steam plant is so whott lived. Twelve years is usually as the life of an ordinary boiler, yet there are many boilers now in use that have been run foi over 20 yenro. The whole question depends, then, upon conditions of use and care, as much, if not more, than the con- struction, providing, of course, this is not radically defective. [On account of having missed the early action of the House in to-day's report, we are unable to give the GA- readers the final action of that body on the silver conference bill. The Chicago office sent some late House proceedings without saying what bill they were Held for Harder. By Associated Press.} ATLANTA July words that weep and tears Mrs. Charles Gould, who is confined in jail at Murphy, N. the charge of murdering her husband, declares the killing was unintentional; that she was forced to it to protect herself from a man who, when sober, was a loving, careful, thoughtful husband, but who under the influence of liquor was a disgraceful, inhuman brute, whose chief pleasure lay iu torturing her with threats of violence. It was not the husband this quiet, golden-haired little woman killed, it was the beast. The story in brief is that Gould and his wife came to Murphy from Eng- land, where they Hpeut money with princely liberality. The other day Gould returned fromahuntanddrur.k, began to abuse bis wife and struck her j with a riding-whip. In the struggle which ensued she drew a dagger from her belt and stubbed him blindly, furiously till dead. She now, heart- broken, is in jail, awaiting trial. Tree-Felling by Some interesting experiments were made the ether day in the vicinity of Copenhagen with tree-felling for mil- itary purposes by dynamite. The ob- ject was to ascertain the saving in time and labor effected by this method and the results were exceedingly satis- factory, far more BO than is understood to have been the case elsewhere. Trees of as much as three feet in diameter were brought down in some 20 to 25 minutes, whereas the time occupied by ordinary felling would have been ten times as much. HotelM for the Wealthy. The two hotels which Waldorf Astor has decided to build in Now York ate not intended for trannlent guests, bat for rich families, as can afford to pay COO to a year for a null nf rooms and board, and it is believed i hut there are enough of this class to fill both bonnes. Killed by JKIertrlclty. During a heavy thunder-storm one Jay last week Mrs. John Price, who resides near New Burlington, Ohio, went out of the bouse and began set- ting tubs around house to catch rain water. While doing so 8be vcas by lightning and instantly Temporarily Dropped. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON. July the House of Commons to-day W. H. Smith, Gov- ernment Leader, stated in view of the late period of the qeigion, tbe Govern- My Xew My patrons are hereby notified that I have moved my cigai and tobacco business from the Coak.es building to my new store next to John Sunderland's clothing department, where I will be pleased to see all in want of my line of goods.__________ A. NELSON. Kporli. The transition from long, lingering- and painful sickness to robust health marks an epoch In the life of the individual. Such 'a remarkable event Is treasured in the mem- ory and the agency whereby the good health has been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in praise of Electric Bitters. So many feel they owe their restorat-on to health to the use of the Great Alterative and Tonic. If you are rrbled with nnv disease of the Kidneys or tiver or Stomach, of lone or short standing you will surely find relief by the use of tricBittew. ikld at soc ana Jiper botuitt W. Kuntfter's drug store. Destructive West In- dia Island Fire. AM CONFESSION. The'Educational Convention- The Third Day. A Oatholio Archbishop Beads a Paper. Three- KoiirtliH of a Town Hut-nod. By Coble and Associated Prsvs J POUT AU PRINCE, July The de- tails concerning the destruction of the town of Fort de France, in the French island of Martinique, have just been received. Immediately afterthe catas- trophe Governor Casse of Martinique sent an appeal for assistance to the Governor of Trinidad, Sir William Robinson, assuring him that three- quarterH of the town was burned, and tbat more than persons were without homes and food. Aid was at once sent. The fire occurred on the 22d of June. Steamers were sent from St. Pierre to help fight the fire, but airived too late to be of much assistance. Seventeen hundred houses were destroyed, valued at and the furniture, etc., was valued at total of It is impossible at this moment to tell the number of victims. Twelve bodies have been recovered, many of which were chsr.sd cayond recogni- tion, and others were fearfully muti- lated. Fifteen are receiving atten- tion at the hospital, many of whom are seriously, and one fatally, wounded, and a number of civilians were hurt considerably. Fully three-rparters of tho town was destroyed, and seven-eighths of the inhabitants are homeless. Among the public buildir.gs bavned are the Poor House, Cathedral, Town Custom House, Convent of St. Joseph, Bureau des Revumi, Inspec- tion Legenie, Usine Pointe and slaugh- ter house. The celebrated Simon Library was also destroye'd. The various British West Indian Islands have promptly aided with grants of money their afflicted sister colony. Tho Third Day, By Associated ST. PAUL, July The rhird day's session of the National Association was called to order at 10 o'clock. Another immense eiowd was present. The Committee on Nominations re- ported in favor of R. Garrett of Nashville for Prasideut. Among the Vice- Presidents are J. M. Baker of Denver and A. B. McElroy of Salem, Or. The Secretary is H. Cook of Brunswick, N. J. Tbe Directors from each State are represented in the Convention. ST. PAUL, July 10. Archbishop Creland of the Catholic Church, who read a paper before the Convention to-day, showed himself to be far in advance of the members of his Church in Milwaukee. Referring to the com- pulsory education laws of Wisconsin and Illinois, he said they were objec- tionable only ip of their indi- vidual clauses, and he unreservedly favored State laws making instruction and if a father neglects to educate his child the State should punish him. He recognized the right of the parent to educate his child in his own way, provided the education received is sufficient for the ulterior duties of the child towards himself and society. He held that, while the State need not teach religion, for the sake of its people, and for its own sake, it should permit action by the Church. An By Cable and Associated Press.] LEIPSIC, July The trial of three men and one woman, who are accused of taking part in thp plottings of the Anarchists, here to-day. The evidence submitted proved that the prisoners were connected with the An- archists in St. Petersburg, London and America. The woman made a confes- sion revealing the plans of the con- spirators. The Infamy Accomplished. By Associated Press.] BATON -ROUGE July The House last nigbt concurred in the Sen- ate's refusal to consider the message of the Governor vetoing the lottery bill as a constitutional amendment, and ordered the bill delivered to the Secretary of State for promulgation as a law. The PoHtal Mtrlkr. By Cable and 1 LONDON, July Notwithstanding the fact that the Postmen's Union de- cided otherwise last night, a strike will be inaugurated to-day unless the "blacklegs" in the employ of the pobt- office are dismissed. Tho carriers as a body this morning resumed their du- ties, their leaders having advised them that the present is not an opportune time to attempt to enforce their de- mands. A small of the mal- contents did not report for duty. The postotfieo authorities -state they have applications from men desiring tiors, sufficient to fill :ill vacancies. Two hundred parcel postmen have been dismissed. A nuinhur of non- union postmen are working with the union postmen. The non-unionists are protected by the policen.en. Tho union postmen seeiu to be weakening. The delivery of letters iu a few sec- tions has been suspended, and in other sections the delivery was do- layed but two hours. The final heat in the race for the diamond sculls at Henley to-day was won by Guy Nickal'iH, who thus se- cured the prize. FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS ANR.3EOES. Cabinet By Cable and Associated Press LONDON, July 10. The Prows Asso- ciation announces that arrangements lor a reconstruction of the Cabinet arc making progress. Smith, tho preeuut Government leader, will bo elevated to the Peerage, and will piobably be succeeded by Lord Randolph Churchill as Government leader in the House. Hartington has again been offered office, but declined. Salisbury went to Windsor last night and obtained the Quocn's assent to the proposed changes. HKEVITIES. C. W. Jones, who for the past week has been confined to his loom by sickness, is reported improving. The Board of Trade will hold itH reg- ular monUi'-y meeting at the Firet Na- tional Bank building on Saturday next at 1 p. M. Last night's west-bound express car- ried no mail and to-day's 9 A. M. train from the east, which yvaa over five hours late, carried a mail car. III Wumemucca, Nevada, July 8, 1890, Walter G. biiggs and Miss Lulu Cojy. TO TEE RIGHT. Do cot be Imposed on by any of tbe numerous Imitations, substitutes, etc., which are flooding the world. There la only one Swift'a Specific, and there is nothing like it. Our remedy con- Ulna no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic, or any pois- onous substance whaleror. It boildi np the gen- eral health from the first dose, and has never failed to eradicate contagions blood poison and its effects from tbe system. Be snre to get the genuine. Send your address for onr Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which will bo mailed toe. SV.TFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Ga. HENRY M. 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